mproteau: Fat dragon is indeed: http://www.fatdragongames.com/images/FDG2014map2.jpg
Aug 13, 2014 15:27:12 GMT -9
aaron: is anyone Representing at Gen Con this year? I would love to hear how we did?? didn't I hear that FatDragon was going to be there?
Aug 13, 2014 9:29:29 GMT -9
mproteau: I apparently applied the "fix" for this problem at home, but not at work. Basically, on Windows, I went into your %APPDATA% directory and delete the com.aspexsoftware.* directories there. This was 2nd-hand info from the good folks at the FDG forums.
Aug 11, 2014 6:11:45 GMT -9
mproteau: I think I know why I've had problems with my Cameo not cutting to the edge of the available cutting area... If anyone uses my cutfiles and has the same problem, let me know.
Aug 11, 2014 6:09:22 GMT -9
squirmydad: Thanks, I had been playing with some older files from 8 years ago where I tried to use layer styles for everything. I've been flattening or discarding effects and it seems to be running smoother now.
Aug 9, 2014 8:17:24 GMT -9
bravesirkevin: old squirmydad : Photoshop crashing is usually a result of all the additional set-up you added to photoshop like patterns, brushes, etc. Might want to clean up those panels a little to reduce the amount of resources being used.
Aug 9, 2014 4:36:11 GMT -9
squirmydad: I took the day off from work to finish up some projects in Photoshop, and Photoshop keeps crashing. I may need a new machine this year. :/
Aug 8, 2014 9:53:40 GMT -9
mproteau: Testing out some of these cutfiles I've been making. A little angry with the latest Silhouette software - still having issues where it doesn't cut all the way in the available cutting area. Gonna try dropping their support folks a note...
Aug 7, 2014 17:39:27 GMT -9
mproteau: Cutfiles for the Dwarves are up! Back to my roof system!
Aug 6, 2014 16:34:42 GMT -9
mproteau: Phew - just wrapped up cutfiles for Axes and Anvils set one - that's a lot of Dwarves! I'll be posting them to the forums tonight.
Aug 6, 2014 12:48:17 GMT -9
bravesirkevin: Playing Starcraft or Dota will teach you how unbelievably long a second can actually be. Designing papercraft will show you how massively wide a millimeter actually is.
Aug 5, 2014 18:59:02 GMT -9
mproteau: Phew. 6" roof pieces are looking good. Nice and sturdy, I think. 3" roof pieces are still a little off (1mm makes a LOT of difference, it turns out!).
Aug 5, 2014 18:12:58 GMT -9
mproteau: Still trying to reinvent the roof system... can only seem to do one new prototype a night, which is too slow, since they're not quite right yet!
Aug 4, 2014 16:34:26 GMT -9